I've been using my computer for the past three years. It's been doing great with my regular Logic Studio sessions and my occasional game (Team Fortress 2). However, I'm starting to feel like it's hitting its limits. The EastWest/Quantum Leap products not only take a long time to load, but I find that Logic Pro is consistently overloading. I'm pretty sure it's the CPU reaching its limit. I tried to upgrade the RAM to fix the problem (which helped immensely), but it was a short term solution. Aka it still doesn't fix the problems in Logic Studio. Current Specs: Intel Xeon 2.8 GHz Quad-Core 14 GB 800 MHz DDR2 FB-DIMM RAM nVidia 8800 GT 750 GB 7200 RPM HDD (OS-X) 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD (EWQL Library) I noticed that I'm also out and about a lot more often these days. So here's the deal: I'm debating on selling my Mac Pro and purchasing an i7 2.2 Quad-Core MacBook Pro. According to Geekbench, the i7 MacBook Pro is almost twice as fast as my current Mac Pro. This also allows me to take my studio with me. Well, almost. Should I do that? How much do you think I could get off of it? Or should I try and stick with it a little longer? If I should stay with it longer, do you recommend adding a Solid State Drive to the Mac Pro? Or would upgrades to it from here on out be redundant? And would you have any recommendations on what SSD to get?